Organisations are wise to invest time gathering data from their line managers on one question: how do you define wellbeing? Provide an example of your personal wellbeing activity.
The organisation will then have gathered data relating to 'what is' (what's done) versus 'what should be' (its stated definition of wellbeing).
To realign the espoused theory with what is, involves undergoing a beliefs/schema reconstruction plan. To truly do this with existing line managers is time consuming and/or expensive. Success also depends largely on their willingness to see a different belief system. It most definitely can be done: employing Roger's level of empathy and commitment.